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Where to buy reloading supplies in Dallas?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by .41Dave, Nov 14, 2007.

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  1. .41Dave

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    Can anyone tell me where to buy reloading supplies in Dallas? The only place I know is B&S off of I-30 and Beltline, but I'd like to know if there is anywhere else in the area?
     
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    Sportsmans Warehouse @ 35E and Hebron Parkway.
     
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    There is also Gunmaster in Plano and Cabelas north of Fort Worth.
     
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    As much as I love Gunmaster for all other things, their reloading supply prices are high. I can save at least five bucks per pound by driving to Sportsmans Warehouse, and often find 8lb kegs of powder there that Gunmaster simply won't stock.
     
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    Powder available at Accuracy Arms on FM276 South of I-30 in Rockwall area.
    Accuracy Arms is a gun shop. http://www.accuracyarms.com/

    Powder also available at Gibson's Outpost in Mesquite off of Hwy. 80 and Lawson. Gibson's is a gun range. I don't know their website.
     
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    That reminds me, Garland Public Shooting Range sells some supplies (powder, primers, brass and bullets). But, they don't seem to carry the equipment.
     
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    Last time I stopped at Sportsman's Warehouse in Lewisville, they had tons of powder in stock (at good prices) and primers as well (at the new, well over $24 per thousand price), but that was about a month ago. You might want to call them to check on what they have before making the drive up there.
     
  8. Mike Kerr

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    Southwest Ammunition on the square in old downtown Mesquite. 2 minutes east of IH635 (Scyene/Military Exit). 972-285-3644. 10-6 W-F. 10-3 Saturday. The shop is owned by the Rucker family of Rucker Bullet components. They manufacture much of the cast lead bullets they stock and they carry Berger, Hornady, Sierra, Some Montana Gold, Sometimes Berry or equivalent. Its a more complete line for handgun and rifle reloader, at a lower price point than B&S Guns, Garland Public Range or Bullet Trap in Plano. Heavier on components than presses but they are an RCBS dealer.

    :(Mr Rucker passed away within the last two weeks so you should call to see if Mrs Rucker and their son are back on a regular duty schedule . They are (or were) FFL's and carry a small stock of firearms.

    Regards,

    :):):)
     
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    +1 on Southwest Ammo Supply. Ray Rucker is or was an IPSC shooter when I lived there 10+ years ago. Good people, good prices, friendly shop. Sorry to hear that Mike (?) passed away. I spoke to him on the phone last summer.
     
  10. Mike Kerr

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    stubicatt wrote:
    +1 on Southwest Ammo Supply. Ray Rucker is or was an IPSC shooter when I lived there 10+ years ago. Good people, good prices, friendly shop. Sorry to hear that Mike (?) passed away. I spoke to him on the phone last summer.

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    Yes, Mike passed away. Ray, actually left the shop a couple of years ago, and has been working in the car industry, in some capacity. Ray's younger brother Robbie, and Mrs Rucker have been running the store while Mike oversaw the bullet production at their place SE of Dallas. Don't know if Ray will come back into the business or not.

    Give them a call, Ray used to really like swapping old shooting stories and the entire family are good, longtime "gun folks".

    regards,

    :):):)
     
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